HELD TO MATURITY Definition

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HELD TO MATURITY normally refers to a long term security (note or bond held for more than one year) that has a predetermined maturation event.

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HYPOTHESIS is a proposition about cause and effect relationships. A hypothesis involves anticipating an effect, and a means of observing whether the anticipation is correct. A company’s strategy is based on a hypothesis – “If we do A, then B will result.” For example, a strategy map for a Balanced Scorecard explains the hypothesis behind an organization’s strategy.

APPLICABLE FINANCIAL REPORTING FRAMEWORK is the financial reporting framework adopted in the preparation of the financial statements that is acceptable in
view of the nature of the entity and the objective of the financial statements, or that is required by law or regulation.

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